DJ Khaled shock:GOD DID’ clinches fourth #1 album following close fight with Bad Bunny in Billboard 200

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY - AUGUST 28: DJ Khaled attends the 2022 MTV VMAs at Prudential Center on August 28, 2022 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV/Paramount Global)

DJ Khaled earned his fourth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 charts after his “GOD DID” beat out Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Sin Ti” at the top of the charts.

With their chart debuts, Nicki Minaj’s “Queen Radio: Volume 1” and TWICE’s “Between 1&2” secured Top 10 rankings.

Two former chart leaders, “An Evening with Silk Sonic” and “Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers,” also returned to the top 10 after a brief absence.

Hits Daily Double predicted earlier this week that DJ Khaled’s most recent album, “GOD DID,” would debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. However, the same outlet reported in the middle of the week that Bad Bunny’s record-breaking album “Un Verano Sin Ti” is challenging him for the top spot by a slim margin.

However, according to Billboard’s newly released chart, DJ Khaled came out on top. The prominent’s star-studded thirteenth studio album becomes his fourth No. 1 album on the all-genre-blending charts.

“GOD DID” debuted with 107,500 album-equivalent units, while “Un Verano Sin Ti” fell by 1,500 to 106,000 this week.

According to Luminate, album sales accounted for only 9,500 of the 107,500 album equivalent units generated by “GOD DID,” with streaming accounting for 96,000 and track equivalent accounting for the remaining 2,000.

Bad Bunny, on the other hand, is still going strong with “Un Verano Sin Ti,” which has become a chart mainstay in the Top 2 spots.

Meanwhile, TWICE’s “Between 1&2” debuted at No. 3 on the charts with 100,000 album-equivalent units, a career-high, and 94,000 pure album sales.

With 32,000 equivalent album units, Nicki Minaj rounded out the Top 10 with the surprise release of her first-ever compilation album, “Queen Radio: Volume 1.”

Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” returns to the Top 10 at No. 4 thanks to the album’s vinyl release. Silk Sonic’s “An Evening With Silk Sonic” rose from #200 to #7 after it was released on vinyl the same day.

Despite new debuts and rebounds, the Top 10 saw a significant drop in positions. Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” falls to No. 5, Beyonce’s “Renaissance” falls to No. 6, Rod Wave’s “Beautiful Mind” drops to No. 8, and Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House” falls to No. 9.